Many small business owners think their company is an unlikely target for cyber criminals. When you think about it right off the bat, it sounds true – when was the last time you heard of a mom and pop shop on the news for a security breach?
60% of all online hacks in 2014 were small businesses.
Hello 2016, times are changing. We’re now starting to see small business in the NY Times hit with ransomeware attacks. Why are Small Businesses Being Hacked? Plain and simple, it’s an easier payday.
Cyber criminals have been fine tuning their skills now more than ever since the term “phishing” has become mainstream. Their phishing emails and websites can appear to look identical to the actual original source. It can be difficult for even the most tech savvy user to know what to look for to prevent becoming a victim of phishing. However, if you remember to look for these 7 signs of phishing, you can easily prevent it from happening to you. Here’s what to look for:
Why is Intel discontinuing McAfee? What happened? When will Intel stop selling email security solutions? When’s the official McAfee EOL (end of life) When will end of support happen? What should I do?
So many questions, and we have all the answers.